Celtic’s Maeda opens up about training ‘tweaks’ to help with injuries

The Japan international was forced out early against Hearts during the latter’s 3-1 league win and was then left out of Parkhead’s Scottish Cup quarter-final tie at Tynecastle.

He returned to the field during the match against Hibernian, where he played for 60 minutes.

And now he has revealed that despite having a knee problem, the change in training style has allowed him to keep fit and join Japan’s squad for the upcoming friendlies against Uruguay and Colombia.

Tell the Japanese outlet Hoshi: “I modified for about an hour by cycling and jogging before training.

“I will make adjustments so that I can do it in time for the matches.”

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Meanwhile, Celtic hero Scott Brown hailed the recruitment of Ange Postecoglou to Celtic, describing him as “phenomenal”.

Former Hobbs captain, who is currently in charge of Premier League side Fleetwood Town, feels the Australian deserves plenty of praise for his performances in the transfer market.

Brown highlighted how the 57-year-old used his knowledge of the J1 League to bring in players like Kyogo Furuhashi, Reo Hatate and Daizen Maeda.

He said: “His recruitment was phenomenal. There were a lot of Brits coming to the club from England too.

“But he’s got great recruiting. I know he’s been out in Japan for a while and he would have seen and understood what they are up to.

“You can see how well the players who came and bought his understanding of the way he wanted to play football and the way the club behaved too.”

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